Bastion Hotel Den Haag/Rijswijk
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The Hague is the seat of Government in the Netherlands. With little of Amsterdam's pizazz and flamboyance, the Hague is markedly different from other Dutch cities. While The Hague's older buildings are a comparatively small and subdued collection, there is still plenty of interest in this sedate and prosperous place. Here are ten of the main attractions in this important political centre:
... ate some but didn't like it. We had a delicious BBQ later on in the night. We got to rent some bikes in Amsterdam (more like ASSterdam) and take a tour through the city with our great tour guide Kim. We ate yummy waffles with sugar and Nutella. We parked our bikes and walked through the Red Light District where you can pick out a woman in every shape, size and ...
... we were at Keukenhof and experiencing the best of Dutch bulbs. Dropping out bikes off, we headed into the gardens. Only open for a couple of months in the spring, the area showcases the best in Dutch spring bulbs by many of the largest bulb growers in the world. Daffodils, hyacinths and tulips are planted by the millions to ensure that there are always massive plots in bloom. We searched out the Van Gogh tributes and ...
A sumptuous breakfast buffet at the hotel, then a brisk walk to the Haarlem Central station to catch a train into Amsterdam. The train was clean, quiet, and quick. We saw our first modern windmills, tall white wind turbines just as we have seen in Washington, Nebraska, and Iowa. We saw farms with fields and pastures with sheep, cows or horses. The Netherlands is the most densely populated country in Europe, which made the pastoral scenes out our train ...
Started the day the same way the rest of Haarlem greets Sunday morning. Leisurely! Believe the only folks out and about before noon were tourists. Have we mentioned the croissants? Really - to die for! Walked around till noon, when the Teyler's Museum opened. It is a combination science and art museum. I had no idea how many Dutch painters there were and every one of them included the "great church" in their landscapes. It was and is the biggest thing around. After ...